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Make your breakthrough in History

Professor Amanda Vickery at Queen Mary has written and presented the BBC television series Suffragettes Forever! The Story of Women and Power. Study with us and you could be the next one to bring an important historical movement to life.
Join our Open Day on Saturday 7 October (on-campus and online).

Top 10in UK for research in History

(REF 2021 overall GPA)

11thin the UK for History

(QS World University Rankings by Subject 2023)

93%in work or further study within 15 months of graduating

(GOS 2023)

Top reasons to study History at Queen Mary

  1. You can choose from an extraordinary range of over 70 modules, allowing you to tailor your degree to your interests and passions.
  2. From the day you join the School of History, you’ll get one-to-one supervision in the shape of an academic adviser and this support will remain with you through until your final year dissertation.
  3. You'll experience the real benefits of studying history in London. Key historical sites, museums and archives are just a short tube journey away. Our social groups regularly invite speakers to campus, or run trips to historical sites across London.

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360° tours

ArtsTwo is a distinctive and bright space. Clad in glass panels with digitally printed artwork by the artist Jacqueline Poncelet, it contains teaching and study spaces used by a range of Schools in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. 

360° tour

Our students say...


The biggest factor that pushed me to study at the School of History at Queen Mary University London was the huge variety of modules available to choose from. It meant that I had a chance to explore areas of history that I had not yet had a chance to or even knew existed.
— Anita Doda, BA History (2023)

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Apply to Queen Mary now for courses starting in September 2024.

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